Yeah, you're lighting money on fire.
I don't like calling 3b preflop. We are OOP. However, I don't fully understand stats of villain, as stated in OP.
Stats are super small sample, so I don't think they're relevant anyways... Based on an unknown V, we can easily fold here.
On the flop, we only have a gutter, we will rarely (if ever) win by check/calling with ace high.
Fold pre, or 4b/fold to 5b. But if we 4b, and dude calls, be ready to barrel. Spewy. Just fold pre. I would much rather take a 4b line preflop with
As played, we shouldn't be chasing gutters when there are 2 spades. We have only 6 non-spade outs, and an ace could be reverse-implied odds
Fold flop. If board was rainbow, we could peel one to rip the nuts. But board is not rainbow. Also, to peel and rip the nuts, we must assume villain has a really strong hand, and we can stack him/double up. Otherwise, it's not worth the gamble to peel with a gutter, with no implied odds to pay us off if we hit.
Regardless of the results, win or lose, we shouldn't be playing like this. It is passive, stationy, and fishy.
And furthermore, we hit a FD to go with our gutter on the turn. One more card to drag us in, and make us call it off, again.
No we should not be donking the turn. We don't want to build pots out of position with ace high. We wouldn't expect V to fold to turn donk. If we do anything, it should be C/R flop, and bombing turn. However, we shouldn't be in this spot, because we should just fold pre, or if we think V is 3b light, then ram a 4b down his throat (however, we don't have position, so I like folding).
me V has Q-J here, but I only know this because you c/c until the river, which you shouldn't be doing. Aggression wins pots. Position wins pots. You have not been aggressive, and you don't have position. You put yourself in a shitty spot by the way you played this hand. If V actually had a hand you ended up beating, it's just a lucky coincidence.
I can't stress this enough: position is very important.
Perhaps more important than cards sometimes. I think this is one of the most difficult things for people to learn in poker. Position is key. It is soooooo important. If we decide to call preflop 3b, and we are OOP, we are doing things the hard way. We don't really know where we are, we are in no-man's land.
And lastly, I am just offering my input to help. If I seem rude, or blunt, that's not my intention. I just want to help you play better.
Disclaimer is in my signature below. Take my advice with a grain of salt.